Spectre Breaks British Box Office Record With £40m In First Week

Posted: Nov 2 2015, 10:16am CST | by , in News | Latest Movie News


Spectre Breaks British Box Office Record with £40m in First Week
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  • ‘Spectre’ breaks British box office record!

The latest 007 film featuring Daniel Craig earns 42 million pounds in Britain during first week.

The latest James Bond film has smashed British box office records. The 007 film earned more than 40 million pounds in its debut week. The record with the most earnings in a single week in Britain was previously held by the third Harry potter film.

Globally Spectre has earned more than 52 million pounds. The film is yet to be released in the US and will premiere on the coming Friday.

The film Spectre stars Daniel Craig as the MI6 007 agent James Bond. The film was universally acclaimed by critics with many positive reviews. Even the Guardian had given the film a five star review.  Although the film has broken British records it is yet to be seen if it will have a global impact.

Spectre is expected to make a similar earning in the US. No doubt the earnings will be welcomed by the studio since Spectre has a 200 million pounds budget. The customized cars in the film alone cost the studio 24 million pounds, according to The Guardian

The film Spectre is directed by Sam Mendes and is the 24th Bond installment. The film is also the fourth time Daniel Craig has reprised the role of James Bond. The actor recently gave mixed signals on whether he will ever play Bond again. In October 2015 Craig stated he would rather slash his wrists than play Bond. 

The story follows Bond as he tries to uncover the existence of a terrorist’s organisation called Spectre. The adventures of Bond take him from Rome to Mexico with plenty of car chases. In what seems to be a plot twist a secret from Bond’s past is the key to unlocking the secret syndicate. 

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